The LaSalle Park neighborhood’s boundaries are defined by Chouteau Avenue on the North, I-55 on the Southeast, and Tucker on the West.
LaSalle Park is conveniently located adjacent to downtown with easy access to major interstates and other major thoroughfares. A majority of its architecture includes red brick rowhouses and Federalist and Victorian houses. French residents, language, and culture prevailed throughout St. Louis well into the nineteenth century. The demographics began to shift shortly after the Civil War and the discovery of gold in California.